Advanced search

Plant identification

(9 Posts)
Borderterrierpuppy Fri 06-May-16 12:12:26

Any ideas what this is please? I love it, bought it at the garden centre and lost the card, Tia

SirVixofVixHall Fri 06-May-16 12:13:22

Muscari (grape hyacinths)

MyNightWithMaud Fri 06-May-16 13:56:43

Yes, muscari. Some are an insipid pale blue, but that is lovely.

Borderterrierpuppy Fri 06-May-16 18:31:21

Thank you both I absolutely love it and really want to get some more x

WowOoo Fri 06-May-16 18:54:15

I had neighbours asking me what mine were when they came up this year. They are lovely.

Ferguson Fri 06-May-16 19:04:34

They spread profusely, and when the leaves have all died off, if you lift them you should have dozens of little bulbs that you can replant. Poke a stick or pencil in the soil and drop a little bulb in each hole (assuming you do want a big patch of them, that is.)

Borderterrierpuppy Sat 07-May-16 05:34:32

Thank you I will do that smile

SirVixofVixHall Sat 07-May-16 20:58:58

Yes, as Ferguson says, that isn't a plant you have there, its many plants. There will be quite a few bulbs in that pot, and they develop new ones over time so you get a larger clump. They are really pretty planted up with narcissii.

Oldraver Sun 08-May-16 19:37:36

We had some out the front which have spread and some come up in the back garden a few years ago int he I moved them to a border

Join the discussion

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now